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    Quote Originally Posted by 73STS View Post
    I think everyone in the San Diego region owes a big thank you to Warren and his team for an outstanding effort at the tour!

    The amount of time, effort and coordination required is truly mind numbing. The test n tune was a very nice, well run effort by Jayson Woodruff. The course design by Jeff Kiesel was so right on. Fast enough, tricky enough, not cone intensive and had people asking for fun runs. You cannot realize how much effort he puts into this job. Tech was run once again by Daryled and his SCAT team as well as SDAD helping out with the gate duties. There are so many people that do a lot of things that make this event a smooth, fun weekend.

    Thanks again to Warren, Peter, Larry and Jeff
    Don't forget Diane! As where Peter goes, his lil redhead follows!

    I personally was envious of everyone involved. Looked like fun! Sorry I wasn't of any help but as cheerleader to our regional guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HY. View Post
    Don't forget Diane! As where Peter goes, his lil redhead follows!

    I personally was envious of everyone involved. Looked like fun! Sorry I wasn't of any help but as cheerleader to our regional guys.
    It did seem like an enjoyable event, what little of it I saw. I was there for just 2/3 of one group, the last one. There are many, many pictures of that group's participants, in their cars, at

    SCCA NATIONAL TOUR at Qualcomm

    I've been racking my brain trying to come up with a way to be envious other than personally, but I can't, so I guess that was the way it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HY. View Post
    I personally was envious of everyone involved. Looked like fun! Sorry I wasn't of any help but as cheerleader to our regional guys.
    A real "cheerleader" would have pulled the R-Comps off of his regional winning Miata for a friend to "borrow".
    Nevertheless, it was great having you there to warm my seat talking to Sharon while I paced.

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    [QUOTE=HY.;27663]I'll explain: "Personally" is an adverb, and like most, not "entirely" necessary. But it does emphasize ownership of my feelings, as opposed to others who avoided the tour because it's intimidating, grueling (Anyone wanna work course for 2.5 hours and only be half done???), etc. It also emphasizes in same way "do" can, e.g. "I personally DO love trolls."

    Hank

    I know you mean well but it is stuff like the post above from someone who did not run the event, that is just not needed.
    We ran 5 run groups and started at 9 on Sat and finished around 6 with a 30 min course walk. Work groups were not 2.5 hours each day. And the tour is a 2 day event - you work both days. Just like if you run a practice and a championship.
    Mark Duerst

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    Pax'd tour results

    In case anyone was interested, I paxed all the winners of the open classes. And FYI, to pax the RT classes, I added an extra factor of 0.97 to account for their street tire restriction (I haven't seen any "official" pax factor for the RTs)

    Results res3.rpt version 8.01 onlyWinnersNoLadies + ME
    2012 San Diego National Tour April 27-29, 2012 using extra factor of 0.97 for RT classes
    Pos Nbr Driver's name, Town Car, Sponsor Tire Mfg Rgn,Div Course 1, Course 2 Score
    pax factor pax time
    1 T 1 196 Fred Zust 2005 Lotus Elise Arizona Hoosier 51.631 50.18 49.972 98.672 49.972 98.672 0.898 88.607456 XP
    2 T 1 143 Jeff Kiesel 2012 KFR Turbo Sprite San Diego Goodyear 48.857 48.678 48.399 96.362 48.399 96.362 0.928 89.423936 EM
    3 T 1 1 Paul Russell 2008 Tony Kart Honda San Diego MG* 47.391 47.803 48.076 94.068 47.391 94.068 0.952 89.552736 KM
    4 T 1 199 Ryan Buetzer 2006 Pontiac Solstice California Hoosier 54.774 53.938 58.067(2) 107.605 53.938 107.605 0.833 89.634965 CS
    5 T 1 99 Mark Huffman 1965 Lotus Elan Arizona Avon* 50.634 49.41 49.436 98.099 49.41 98.099 0.915 89.760585 DM
    6 T 1 113 Bryan Heitkotter 1994 BMW 325is San Franc Dunlop* 56.176 55.893 55.615 110.126 55.615 110.126 0.822 90.523572 STX
    7 T 1 12 Doug Rowse 2003 BMW 330 Arizona Hoosier 53.311 55.194(1) 55.462(1) 106.791 53.311 106.791 0.851 90.879141 DSP
    8 T 1 183 Jason Uyeda 2005 Lotus Elise California Hoosier 54.756 53.029 59.685(3) 105.069 53.029 105.069 0.865 90.884685 SSP
    9 T 1 172 Tom Berry 2006 Mitsubishi Evo IX RS California Hoosier 52.758 52.907 53.076 105.404 52.758 105.404 0.863 90.963652 ASP
    10 T 1 66 Jeff Cawthorne 2008 Honda S2000 San Diego Dunlop* 55.263 54.659 54.898 109.154 54.659 109.154 0.835 91.14359 STR
    11 T 1 166 Joey Schilling 1984 Van Diemen FF RF 84 California Hoosier 51.542 50.529 50.172 100.645 50.172 100.645 0.906 91.18437 CM
    12 T 1 195 Will Kalman 1991 Honda Civic San Diego Toyo 55.792 56.085 57.808(1) 111.565 55.792 111.565 0.82 91.4833 STC
    13 T 1 171 Gary Thomason 2004 Porsche GT3 San Diego Hoosier 54.101 53.835 53.46 106.676 53.46 106.676 0.858 91.528008 SS
    14 T 1 151 Brian Peters 2011 Ford Mustang Arizona Goodyear 54.363 54.87 54.625 108.014 54.363 108.014 0.848 91.595872 ESP
    15 T 1 99 Scott Fraser 1991 Mazda Miata San Franc Hoosier 53.592 53.597 52.251 104.224 52.251 104.224 0.879 91.612896 SSM
    16 T 1 192 Kraig Klippel 1994 Mazda Miata San Franc Toyo 57.749 56.311 56.593 111.887 56.311 111.887 0.827 92.530549 STS
    17 T 1 67 Josh Salvage 2006 Mitsubishi Evo Dunlop* 55.29 56.947(1) 54.993 110.072 54.993 110.072 0.841 92.570552 STU
    18 T 1 61 Morgan Trotter 2005 Dodge SRT-4 ACR California Hankook* 58.352 58.825 58.328 95.458 58.328 117.27 0.814001876 92.59426 RTF
    19 T 1 186 Stephen Hui 2008 Honda S2000 CR Northwest Yokohama* 57.155 57.22 62.915 95.619 57.155 113.427 0.843000344 92.75043 RTR
    20 T 1 28 Mark Baer 1997 BMW M3 Colorado Hoosier 59.484(2) 56.569(1) 54.606 108.518 54.606 108.518 0.859 93.216962 BSP
    21 T 1 195 Carl Vanderschuit 2006 Porsche Cayman S San Diego Hoosier 56.179 55.533 57.303(1) 110.637 55.533 110.637 0.844 93.377628 AS
    22 T 1 195 Jerry Jenkins 1994 Mazda Miata Oregon Hoosier 60.690(2) 56.291 56.402 112.881 56.291 112.881 0.828 93.465468 ES
    23 T 1 185 Barbara LeRoy-Boehme 2010 Mini Cooper San Diego Hoosier 59.301 58.675 58.875 117.321 58.675 117.321 0.799 93.739479 HS
    24 T 1 135 Steve Coe 2005 Mazda 3 California Hankook* 60.905 60.812 59.81 118.77 59.81 118.77 0.794 94.30338 STF
    25 T 1 188 Jaime Mendoza 1998 Acura Type R San Franc Hoosier 56.446 55.889 60.223(2) 111.426 55.889 111.426 0.852 94.934952 SMF
    26 T 1 194 Zak Kiesel 2010 Nelson Special San Diego MG* 59.745 58.876 58.02 114.803 58.02 114.803 0.834 95.745702 JB
    27 T 1 16 Tom Frecentese 1996 Chevrolet Corvette Detroit Hoosier* 58.142 57.719 57.754 114.124 57.719 114.124 0.843 96.206532 BS
    28 T 1 134 Ed Runnion 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coup San Franc Hoosier DNF 58.504 60.239(1) 117.23 58.504 117.23 0.821 96.24583 DS
    29 T 1 178 Kevin Teague 2002 Renspeed Kart California MG* 58.04 DNF 56.113 110.7 56.113 110.7 0.876 96.9732 JA
    30 T 1 11 KJ Christopher 1993 BBR Phantom Menace California Goodyear DSQ DSQ 50.363 97.181 50.363 97.181 1 97.181 AM
    31 T 1 142 Bo Rader 1966 Austin Sprite Kansas Hoosier 59.412 57.379 58.982(1) 114.908 57.379 114.908 0.85 97.6718 GP
    32 T 1 142 Don Salyers 1966 Austin Hea Sprite California Goodyear 59.657 57.175 58.698 114.289 57.175 114.289 0.868 99.202852 DP
    33 T 1 74 Bill Martin 1978 Lola Ford T580 San Franc Avon* 52.967 52.482 53.064 104.848 52.482 104.848 0.96 100.65408 BM
    34 T 1 129 Rick Quick 1989 Honda Civic California Toyo* 62.249 60.551 59.319 118.675 59.319 118.675 0.87 103.24725 EP
    35 T 1 74 James Fields 1974 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 California Sumitomo* 69.3 72.057(1) 67.968 136.832 67.968 136.832 0.86 117.67552 CP

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    Nice! Thanks Bruce. It's awesome to see names from our region. Being able to see how our guys stack up against people from around the country really gets me an idea how crazy my aspirations to catch them might be! That STR class was nuts.
    [B][I]-Hank #13[/I][/B]

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    Quote Originally Posted by HY. View Post
    My excuse has always been money. I'm a pink-slipped teacher who's playing way beyond his means,
    It's a good thing SDR doesn't charge for obnoxioius posts then.

    I made page 1 of the STR results, that makes me happy. Cone on final Sunday run dropped me 2 spots though.

    Jay W

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    Full pax results: http://home.comcast.net/~paxrtp/resu...r_SanDiego.pdf

    It does look like he's just using the stock class numbers for RT. Not enough data to come up with a real street tire number.

    Great job on the event Warren, Peter, and all the chiefs!

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